I'll Be over You
|"I'll Be over You"|
|Single by Toto|
|from the album Fahrenheit|
|B-side||"In a Word"|
|Format||7" / 12"|
|Genre||Pop rock, soft rock|
|Writer(s)||Steve Lukather, Randy Goodrum|
|Toto singles chronology|
"I'll Be over You" is a hit single by the American rock band Toto. Taken as a single from their 1986 album, Fahrenheit, the song reached number eleven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in late 1986. Michael McDonald also participated in the recording of the song.
A music video (in which guest vocalist McDonald also appears) was shot with the band playing on an apartment rooftop until it rained. The rooftop is on top of the building located at 548 South Spring Street in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Susan Goh, a prominent Malaysian songwriter for Malaysian artist such as Francissca Peter, had originally written this song while she was a music student at Berklee College of Music in the early 1980s. A friend of hers help her to sold the song, and Toto had chosen the song and bought the entire copyrights of the song. After the copyrights were sold, the copyrights of the song were changed/given to Steve Lukather and Randy Goodrum
- "I'll Be over You"
- "In a Word" - Non-album track, later released on Toto XX
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